Shooting Sports

The Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports program focuses on youth development in a variety of important life skills such as concentration, decision-making, teamwork, and leadership through the shooting sports projects.  Youth and families involved in 4-H Shooting Sports learn the safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment, develop an increased awareness of conservation, and are introduced to a source of lifelong recreation.  Youth ages 5-19 are welcome to participate; cloverbuds ages 5 - 7 are allowed to participate in the Wilderness discipline only.  Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports does have a $5 per person club fee.

Sign-up meeting for 2022 is on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. at Kardel Hall or on Saturday, January 8, 2022, at at 10:00 a.m. at Kardel Hall

Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Brochure

Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Guidelines

2022 Calendar

Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Project Areas
Last updated: December 2021


Participation Agreement

All members must also complete their enrollment or re-enrollment in 4-H Online, including a completed health section, prior to participating in a shoot.

Eaton County Tournament

The Eaton County 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament is usually held in June.  To participate in the county shoot, youth must:

Participate in 3 full practices in each discipline you are participating in.

Complete a county registration form by the due date set.

 Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports